Where There's Smoke . . .
By Tom Rhodes, 6/20/2012
Ever see the Fast & Furious movies? If so you know that where there's smoke, there's wheel spinning. Today Obama started spinning his wheels making a lot of smoke. He exerted "executive privilege" denying congress access to Justice Department documents on Fast and Furious. This begs the question, as US Sen. Grassley asks:
"How can the president assert executive privilege if there was no White House involvement? How can the president exert executive privilege over documents he's supposedly never seen? Is something very big being hidden to go to this extreme?"
It does answer some questions. The Obama White House was involved and knew of gun running to Mexico by ATF. There can be no other logical conclusion. Obama and his administration are spinning their wheels trying to get away in a cloud of smoke from their illegal actions. The other question it answers is Does Obama have any principles? Clearly No. Listen to his views on executive privilege.
This may be Obama's Waterloo, errr... Watergate. Unlike Nixon's criminal cover-up didn't get anybody killed, Obama's Fast and Furious cover-up includes the death of a US border Patrol agent, and hundreds of guns in the hands of criminals.